5 Summer ways to use Drunken Berries

September 18, 2019

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If we all do a sun dance together, does that mean the sunshine will stay forever? Anyhow, with true British reserve we forge on, cloud or no cloud and prepare ourselves to launch that last-minute garden party as soon as the rays hit our skin.

If you’ve got a bottle of Drunken Berries open or you’re thinking of trying it for your next party, here’s 5 great ways of how to use it – summer style!

Drunken Camembert

If there’s one dish that’s bound to be devoured sooner than you can say ‘pass the suncream’, it’s our Drunken Camembert. King of the gooey goodness, all you need to do to create this sharing masterpiece is bake your camembert in the oven for 20 minutes, remove and cut a hole in the middle so you can pour in a generous glug from your bottle of choice. Garnish with fresh berries and warm chunks of bread for dipping.

Mini Pavlovas

Rumour has it that the dessert ‘pavlova’ was first created in New Zealand, but it didn’t take long for the Brits to catch on and bring it back home! We love to make mini pavlovas by using individual meringue bases (homemade or from the shop) topped with whipped vanilla cream and plenty of fresh fruit. Serve immediately with a drizzle of Blackberry and Brandy mixer.

Pimp up your prosecco

The staple of the British summer party surely has to be prosecco! Once that first bottle pops the party has started, and if you fancy adding some fruit to your fizz then we’ve got you covered. We’ve got three fruity flavours, each blended with a complimenting spirit, which not only naturally preserves them but also adds a kick to your cocktail! To avoid too much froth, pour in a dash once your glass is full and stir gently to mix.